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61. Alison Grinnell cutting ribbon at Four Bears Bridge dedication ceremony, Elbowoods, N.D. Alison Grinnell cutting ribbon at Four Bears Bridge dedication ceremony, Elbowoods, N.D. Bridges; Dedications; Headdresses; Horses; Horseback riding; Badges; Alison Grinnell is cutting the ribbon to open the Four Bears Bridge. Two Indians on horseback are dressed in full ceremonial dress complete with feathered bonnets, and the woman is wearing a dress, all...

62. Soldiers marching in formation to Zip to Zap confrontation, Zap, N.D. Soldiers marching in formation to Zip to Zap confrontation, Zap, N.D. Militias; Soldiers; Bars; Marching; Festivals; Riots & demonstrations; Riot control; Soldiers marching in formation holding guns at ready in middle of street past bar displaying a Budweiser beer sign and other buildings. The lead soldier is preparing to step over debris across the street....

63. Four Bears Bridge dedication ceremony, Elbowoods, N.D. Four Bears Bridge dedication ceremony, Elbowoods, N.D. Bridges; Dedications; Headdresses; Rifles; Three Indians stand on the new Four Bears Bridge. The Indians are dressed in full ceremonial dress complete with feathered headdresses. All have moccasins on. One man in the center is holding a rifle.

64. Four Bears Bridge ribbon cutting ceremony, Elbowoods, N.D. Four Bears Bridge ribbon cutting ceremony, Elbowoods, N.D. Bridges; Dedications; Headdresses; Feathers; Rifles; An Indian woman identified as Alison Grinnell wearing full dress ceremonial clothes is standing in front of the ribbon to open the bridge. One man is holding a rifle, dressed in ceremonial clothes and...

65. Croppie, Lexington, and Roan three winners of horse races, Dickinson, N.D. Croppie, Lexington, and Roan three winners of horse races, Dickinson, N.D. Horses; Horse racing; Horses named Croppie, Lexington, and Roan are photographed in Dickinson after winning horse races. A man's hand is visible at the edge of the frame holding onto the horses. Presumably, the three horses...

66. Ambrose Community Hospital, Ambrose, N.D. Ambrose Community Hospital, Ambrose, N.D. Hospitals; Trees; Laundry; A man holding a small bag stands on the front steps of the Ambrose Community Hospital in Ambrose, N.D. Trees grow in front of the building, and washing is hanging on a line next to the hospital.

67. George Kline and his horse Goldie, N.D. George Kline and his horse Goldie, N.D. Men; Horses; Dogs; Snow; Trees; Barns; A view of partially visible man, identified as George Kline, holding a horse, identified as Goldie. There is snow on the ground, indicating the season. Also visible is a dog and behind a row of trees is...

68. Group of people wading in the Cannonball River, N.D. Group of people wading in the Cannonball River, N.D. Women; Men; Girls; Horse teams; Carts & wagons; Rivers; Wading; Clothing & dress; A view of two girls and two women wading in the Cannonball River in North Dakota. Beside them is a man holding on to a team of horses pulling a wagon.

69. George Kline and his horses, Hettinger County, N.D. George Kline and his horses, Hettinger County, N.D. Men; Horses; Farms; Barns; Dirt; Fences; A view of a man identified as George Kline holding a string of ten horses next to a barn. The horses are enclosed behind a fence.

70. Men hunting prairie chickens, Hettinger County, N.D. Men hunting prairie chickens, Hettinger County, N.D. Horse teams; Carts & wagons; Dogs; Hunting dogs; Firearms; Rifles; Hunting; Fishing & hunting gear; Men; A view of three men identified as Ger. Kline, P. Derby, and Hartley Meyers, sit in a wagon pulled by a team of horses somewhere in North Dakota. Two of the men are holding guns and there is also a dog...

71. Crowd at elevators, Mott, N.D. Crowd at elevators, Mott, N.D. Bands; Musicians; Musical instruments; Railroads; Railroad construction & maintenance; Railroad construction workers; Men; Grain elevators; A view of a crowd gathered to watch and celebrate the building of the CM&SP railway through West Mott. Visible is the Mott Concert Band gathered in a semi-circle holding their instruments and other groups...

72. Girls dressed as original states, July 4th parade, New England, N.D. Girls dressed as original states, July 4th parade, New England, N.D. Parades & processions; Floats (Parades); Umbrellas; Fourth of July celebrations; Holidays; A group of girls dressed in white dresses and holding umbrellas with names of the original 13 states printed on them sit on a decorated float for a 4th of July parade in New England, N.D.

73. Pageant Hettinger Co 25th Anniversary June 15 1932, Mott, N.D. Pageant Hettinger Co 25th Anniversary June 15 1932, Mott, N.D. Celebrations; Anniversaries; Pageants; Costumes; Crowds; Flags; Group portraits; Portraits; A group of people are posed for a picture during a pageant for the Hettinger County 25th Anniversary celebration in Mott, North Dakota. Many people in the group are dressed in colonial or Native American...

74. Mrs. T.H.H. Thoresen at christening of U.S.S. Grand Forks, Richmond, Calif. Mrs. T.H.H. Thoresen at christening of U.S.S. Grand Forks, Richmond, Calif. Battleships; Ships; Bouquets; Military uniforms; Mrs. T.H.H. Thoresen stands at a reviewing platform after the christening of the ship U.S.S. Grand Forks in Richmond, Calif. Other women stand with her, holding large bouquets. Men in naval uniforms are...

75. Bismarck water wagons Bismarck water wagons Water carriers; Water supply; Carts & wagons; Horses; Three men ride in wagons while two men stand holding buckets of water.

76. Mott Concert Band, Mott, N.D. Mott Concert Band, Mott, N.D. Music; Music ensembles; Musical instrument cases; Musical instruments; Musicians; Bands; Tubas; Trombones;Trumpets; Drums; Group portraits; Members of the Mott Concert Band are posed in a semi-circle for a photograph in a field. Each member is holding their instrument. The instruments include tubas, trombones, fugal horns, clarinets, a bass...

77. Mott Concert Band, Mott, N.D. Mott Concert Band, Mott, N.D. Music; Music ensembles; Musical instruments; Musicians; Bands; Tubas; Trombones;Trumpets; Drums; Group portraits; Uniforms; The Mott Concert Band is lined up in rows for a photograph in Mott, North Dakota. Each member is holding their instrument and the visible instruments include tubas, trombones, fugal horns, French horns,...

78. Henry and Valborg Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. John Gorder homestead shack, Dunn County, N.D. Henry and Valborg Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. John Gorder homestead shack, Dunn County, N.D. Skiing; Homesteading; Snow; Winter; Cows; Dogs; Children; Spouses; Henry and Valborg Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. John Gorder and their families stand outside the Gorder's homestead shack in Winter. Some of the men hold skis. A cow and dog are also visible in the image.

79. A group of people, N.D. A group of people, N.D. Crowds; Men; Umbrellas; Children; Barns; Carts & wagons; Horses; Group portraits; A group of people pose for a photograph somewhere in North Dakota. Some ladies in the group are holding umbrellas and the style of the women's clothing indicate the photo was taken some time in the early...

80. Cowboys branding cattle in holding pen, Medora, Dakota Territory Cowboys branding cattle in holding pen, Medora, Dakota Territory Cattle; Herding; Horses; Cowboys; Cattle branding; Cowboys work to brand cattle in a holding pen in Medora, while a man in a suit watches.
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